Biden’s dog Major involved in second biting incident at White House, report says

President Joe Biden‘s dog Major has been involved in another biting incident with someone on White House property, according to a CNN report.

The incident, which reportedly occurred on Monday afternoon, involved a National Park Services employee while the dog was out on the White House’s South Lawn.

According to the publication, the employee was working at the time and had to leave their role to get the bite checked out by the White House medical unit.

Michael LaRosa, First Lady Jill Biden’s press secretary, confirmed the incident when contacted by CNN for a comment.

“Yes, Major nipped someone on a walk. Out of an abundance of caution, the individual was seen by WHMU and then returned to work without injury,” Mr LaRosa said, adding that the three-year-old German shepherd was still “adjusting” to his “new surroundings” at the White House.

The Independent has reached out to the White House for a comment.

The Biden family adopted Major in 2018, and they also own a 12-year-old German shepherd named Champ.

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